Tuesday, December 11, 2018

5 Easy Beauty Picks For Pantone Color of the Year




By now, you’ve probably heard that the Pantone Color Institute has  determined the color of the year for 2019 to be Living Coral. What is Living Coral you ask? If you look online, you’re going to find this hue described as a sort of pinky peachy red orange… actually it’s a hue that’s open to a little interpretation. However the hue can best be described as the natural pigmentation of healthy ocean coral.

We love what seems to be a bit of symbolism here, as not a days goes by sans a headline about climate change and the associated destruction of reefs worldwide. So we have an entire year to reflect on that issue and hopefully take action to improve the situation -- we digress. Looking at this hue, it’s easily incorporated into home décor, wardrobe and best of all… MAKEUP! Below are a few of our vegan, gluten-free and all-natural picks from Gabriel Cosmetics & ZuZu Luxe to help you incorporate “Living Coral” into your everyday look.



Gabriel Lipstick in Coral ($17.60): Enriched with nourishing Ingredients this exquisite long lasting formula provides natural, luxuriant lip color with all-day or night hydration.



ZuZu Luxe Blush in Sunset ($22.60): Sunset ids a rich apricot hue with warm shimmer and the formulas is silky that blends perfectly over skin to provide lasting color and a radiant glow.



ZuZu Luxe Eco Palette Refill Pan in Graffiti ($11): This hue is a vibrant peach with golden shimmer!




Zuzu Luxe Lip Gloss in Luscious ($18.15): This is a soft shimmer hue that is long-lasting glosses give your lips an ultra-glossy, sheer pop of color while keeping your lips soft and supple.



Gabriel Nail Polish in Forbidden Fruit ($8.50): As a color authority for natural, non-toxic nail polish, it’s a super easy brand to turn. This formula is vegan, gluten-free, cruelty-free, non-toxic and 10-Free. Formulated without: formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, camphor, formaldehyde resin, xylene, parabens, fragrances, phthalates and animal ingredients.

Hopefully, we’ve given you a little inspiration to try this hue. If you’re interested in the learning about the living inspiration of this stunning hue, check out the article “Ways You Can Help The Great Barrier Reef,” by Jilara Kuch.  



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